We can use common household objects to measure properties that match physical laws. This experiment takes a very common household item, the rubber band, and applies physical laws (Hooke’s Law and the Young’s Modulus) to them in a hands-on way.
Themes: Student Projects
Topics: Deformations, Experiments, Hooke's Law, Materials, and Young's Modulus
Why does the emission of carbon dioxide influence our climate?
Themes: Climate and Energy and Environment
Topics: Climate, Materials, and Planetary Science
How much energy does it take to fly you and your luggage 10,000 km? What is the environmental cost?
Themes: Climate and Transportation
Topics: Drag, Efficiency, and Energy